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John Carter Brown Library - Haiti Collection

The John Carter Brown Library holds one of the world's great collections relating to Haiti. Our rare books, maps and newspapers tell the story of the founding of the French colony of Saint Domingue (once the most lucrative colony in the Americas), its demise through the Haitian Revolution (the world's only successful slave revolution) and the founding of Haiti in its place. By providing access to this collection, the JCB hopes to stimulate interest in Haiti's remarkable history.

Visit the Haiti Collection on Open Library.

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8 v. :|bill., port., maps, plans ;|c17 cm. (12mo) First printed in Paris, 1722
Topics: Natural history, Slave trade, Slavery, Carib Indians, Imprint 1742
8 v. :|bill., port., maps, plans ;|c17 cm. (12mo) First printed in Paris, 1722
Topics: Natural history, Slave trade, Slavery, Carib Indians, Imprint 1742
8 v. :|bill., port., maps, plans ;|c17 cm. (12mo) First printed in Paris, 1722
Topics: Natural history, Slave trade, Slavery, Carib Indians, Imprint 1742
8 v. :|bill., port., maps, plans ;|c17 cm. (12mo) First printed in Paris, 1722
Topics: Natural history, Slave trade, Slavery, Carib Indians, Imprint 1742
8 v. :|bill., port., maps, plans ;|c17 cm. (12mo) First printed in Paris, 1722
Topics: Natural history, Slave trade, Slavery, Carib Indians, Imprint 1742
8 v. :|bill., port., maps, plans ;|c17 cm. (12mo) First printed in Paris, 1722
Topics: Natural history, Slave trade, Slavery, Carib Indians, Imprint 1742
8 v. :|bill., port., maps, plans ;|c17 cm. (12mo) First printed in Paris, 1722
Topics: Natural history, Slave trade, Slavery, Carib Indians, Imprint 1742
8 v. :|bill., port., maps, plans ;|c17 cm. (12mo) First printed in Paris, 1722
Topics: Natural history, Slave trade, Slavery, Carib Indians, Imprint 1742